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My Desi Girl – Dostana

My Desi Girl Lyrics
Hindi Song Title: My Desi Girl : DOSTANA
Singer(s): SHANKAR MAHADEVAN, SUNIDHI CHAUHAN
Cast(s): ABHISHEK BACHCHAN , JOHN ABRAHAM , PRIYANKA CHOPRA

(My Desi Girl, My Desi Girl, Girl Girl Girl Girl…… ) – 2

Jhoomka Girade, Jo Mila Le Agar Woh Nazar Se Nazar Mitade
Nachke Dikhade, Sabki Dhadhkan Bhi Kadam Se Kadam Milade
Lehron Se Chal Ke Jaal Bicha Ke,Dil Ko Ye Behaal Banade
Saare Deewane Maane, (Na Dekhi Koi Aisi Girl ) – 2
Dekhi Lakh Lakh Pardesi Girl, Ain’t Nobody Like My Desi Girl
Dekhi Lakh Lakh Pardesi Girl, Sab Toh Soni N Saadi Desi Girl
Who’s The Hottest Girl In The World, My Desi Girl, My Desi Girl
Thumka Lagaike She’ll Rock Your World, My Desi Girl, My Desi Girl

My Desi Girl, My Desi Girl, Girl Girl Girl Girl……
Pade Kamar Pe Jo Nazar, Saare Saapnon Mein Rang Bhar Jaaye
Jo Tham Le Woh Haath Toh, Haske Hi Aashiq Mar Jaayein
Dhoondon Jahan Mein Chahe Kahin, Na Tumko Milegi Koi Aisi Girl
Dekhi Lakh Lakh Pardesi Girl, Ain’t Nobody Like My Desi Girl
Dekhi Lakh Lakh Pardesi Girl, Sab Toh Soni N Saadi Desi Girl
Who’s The Hottest Girl In The World, My Desi Girl, My Desi Girl
Thumka Lagaike She’ll Rock Your World, My Desi Girl, My Desi Girl
My Desi Girl, My Desi Girl, Girl Girl Girl Girl……

Jahan Jahan Bhi Jau Main, Saari Nazrein Toh Peche Peche Aiye
Ruku Zara Mein Jo Yahan, Thandi Thandi Saari Saase Tham Jaye
Sabki Nigahon Ne Hai Kaha, Ke Khwaabon Mein Hai Dekhi (Meri Jaisi Girl ) – 2
Dekhi Lakh Lakh Pardesi Girl, Ain’t Nobody Like My Desi Girl
Dekhi Lakh Lakh Pardesi Girl, Sab Toh Soni N Saadi Desi Girl
Who’s The Hottest Girl In The World, My Desi Girl,My Desi Girl
Thumka Lagaike She’ll Rock Your World, My Desi Girl,My Desi Girl

Jhoomka Girade, Jo Mila Le Agar Woh Nazar Se Nazar Mitade
Nachke Dikhade, Sabki Dhadhkan Bhi Kadam Se Kadam Milade
Lehron Se Chaal Ke Jaal Bicha Ke, Dil Ko Yu Behaal Banade
Saare Deewane Maane, (Na Dekhi Koi Aisi Girl  ) – 2
Dekhi Lakh Lakh Pardesi Girl, Ain’t Nobody Like My Desi Girl
Dekhi Lakh Lakh Pardesi Girl, Sab Toh Soni N Saadi Desi Girl
Who’s The Hottest Girl In The World, My Desi Girl, My Desi Girl
Thumka Lagaike She’ll Rock Your World, My Desi Girl, My Desi Girl
My Desi Girl, My Desi Girl, Girl Girl Girl Girl……

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Music of the North India

The raga and tala are realized within distinctive musical forms. Although a number of these are prevalent in both north and south India, the major types of each region have certain traits in common. The northern classical music (Hindustani music) usually opens with a prelude, the alap. Here only the soloist and the drone instrument are heard; the drum is silent, and the rhythm is free (there is no tala). The purpose of the alap is to explore the essential features of the raga–the important tones and the characteristic phrases–and to establish the appropriate mood. After the alap a short song is sung or played, and here the drum enters for the first time with the tala. The rest of the performance varies, depending on which formal type is being employed. But usually a great deal of improvisation is interspersed with recurring material from the song. The speed gradually increases, often leading to a rousing, extremely quick conclusion. In the north the chief melody instruments are the sitar, a stringed instrument with a body usually made of a gourd split approximately in half, a fingerboard about 1 m (3 ft) long, and seven main strings; the sarod, a stringed instrument about 1 m (3 ft) long, made of wood, with a metal fingerboard and six main strings; the shahnai, a double-reed wind instrument about 0.6 m (2 ft) long with seven finger holes; and the sarangi, a bowed stringed instrument used both for solo playing and for accompanying vocal music. The most common drum in the north is the tabla, which is actually two small drums, each having a single head (membrane).

Music Of India

Information Of Indian Music

The music of India includes multiple varieties of folk, popular, pop, and classical music. India’s classical music tradition, including Carnatic and Hindustani music, has a history spanning millennia and, developed over several eras, remains fundamental to the lives of Indians today as sources of religious inspiration, cultural expression and pure entertainment. India is made up of several dozen ethnic groups, speaking their own languages and dialects, having very distinct cultural traditions.

Classical music :
The two main traditions of classical music have been Carnatic music, found predominantly in the peninsular regions and Hindustani music, found in the northern and central parts. While both traditions claim Vedic origin, history indicates that the two traditions diverged from a common musical root since c. 13th century.

Hindustani music :
Hindustani music is an Indian classical music tradition that took shape in northern India circa the 13th and 14th centuries AD from existing religious, folk, and theatrical performance practices. The practice of singing based on notes was popular even from the Vedic times where the hymns in Sama Veda, a sacred text, was sung as Samagana and not chanted. Developing a strong and diverse tradition over several centuries, it has contemporary traditions established primarily in India but also in Pakistan and Bangladesh. In contrast to Carnatic music, the other main Indian classical music tradition originating from the South, Hindustani music was not only influenced by ancient Hindu musical traditions, Vedic philosophy and native Indian sounds but also by the Persian performance practices of the Mughals.

Dandiya :
Dandiya is a form of dance-oriented folk music that has also been adapted for pop music worldwide. The present musical style is derived from the traditional musical accompaniment to the folk dance of Dandiya called by the same name, dandiya. (DANDIYA means small sticks and are used in place of swords to train and practice martial art in form of dance by tribal in interior Gujarat in India. it is believed to be in practice since the days when Lord Krishna migrated from Mathura to Dwaraka.)

Bhangra :
Bhangra is a form of dance-oriented folk music that has become a pop sensation in the United Kingdom and North America. The present musical style is derived from the traditional musical accompaniment to the folk dance of Punjab called by the same name, bhangra.

Pop Music :
The biggest form of Indian pop music is filmi, or songs from Indian musical films. The Film industry of India supported music by according reverence to classical music while utilizing the western orchestration to support Indian melodies. Music composers like C. Ramchandra, Salil Chowdhary, S.D. Burman, Vasant Desai, Shankar Jaikishan emplyed the principles of harmony while retaining classical and folk flavor. Reputed names in the domain of Indian classical music like Pt. Ravishankar, Ustad Vilayat Khan, Ustad Ali Akbar Khan and Pt. Ramnarayan have also composed music for films. Independent pop acts such as Asha Bhosle, Alisha Chinai, Shaan, Sonu Nigam, Sukhwinder Singh, KK, Kunal Ganjawala, Sunidhi Chauhan, Alka Yagnik, Shreya Ghoshal and rock bands like Indus Creed, Indian Ocean, and Euphoria exist and have gained mass appeal with the advent of cable music television.